Erasmus Plus – Enriching lives, opening minds!

The Erasmus+ programme provides an excellent opportunity for students to spend time studying in another European country – an experience that is interesting and valuable on many different levels.

 

Remaining Places Erasmus+ and University Exchange

Apply by 20.6.2024 for remaining places for a semester abroad in the summer semester 2025.

For Erasmus remaining places, please apply to your departmental coordinator. For places of our university partnersip, please apply via this link.

All places can be found in the Call for Applications [de].

 

The Benefits of an Erasmus+ Placement

The programme offers a broad range of benefits, the most important being:

  • Multiple funding opportunities (12 months of funding within each cycle [BA/MA/PhD] or 24 months for integrated single-tier (‘one-cycle’) degree courses)
  • Exemption from tuition and study-related fees at the receiving institution
  • Monthly grant (approx. 490–600 EUR during an Erasmus+ study period)
  • Assistance with administrative procedures from the home (sending) and host (receiving) institutions
  • Recognition of academic credits earned at the host institution is set out in the student’s Learning Agreement.
  • Possible additional financial support for students with accompanying children, students with disabilities (degree of disability from 20) or chronic illnesses, working students, first-time graduates (financial support is depending on the budget situation in the Erasmus+ programme).
  • Financial support for sustainable travel
  • Students’ rights and obligations are set out in the  Erasmus+ Student Charter

Erasmus+ Exchange Placements

You can only take up a study exchange place at an Erasmus+ partner institution that has a cooperative agreement with your department. The countries taking part in the Erasmus+ programme are the member states of the EU, plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, and North Macedonia.

To search for exchange placements within the existing academic exchange agreements, take a look in our exchange programme database[de]. The database also contains first-hand reports from students and information on:

  • Application and language requirements
  • Lecture timetables
  • Accommodation and support services
  • Number of exchange places

Further information regarding stays in Switzerland or Great Britain can be found here under "Notes".

Funding

The monthly funding rate depends on the host (receiving) country and is a grant to cover additional costs incurred when undertaking a placement abroad. The countries are split into three categories.

 

Mobility Grants 2024/25

High cost of living 750 EUR/30 days Low to medium cost of living 690 EUR/30 days
Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, San Marino, Sweden, Switzerland,United Kingdom, Vatican State Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary,Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Czech, Turkey

Depending on the allocation of financial resources from the EU Commission and from DAAD, the International Office reserves the right to restrict the funding period. The maximum funding period is 4 months (one semester) or 8 months (2 semesters).

International Office
Dr. Sebastian Krumpel
Domstraße 58a, Ground Floor
17489 Greifswald
Tel.: +49 3834 420 1115
erasmusuni-greifswaldde

Departmental exchange coordinator

Contact details for all of our Erasmus+ subject coordinators can be found here. They are responsible for signing your Learning Agreement and for any subject-related issues concerning your period of study abroad.

 

Further information:

Testimonial Laura Hahn

"During my stay, I left my comfort zone and made dreams come true. Studying in another country means more than that - it allows you to discover the culture, the fascinating history, the language, the indescribable nature and everyday life."
(Laura, Erasmus+ semester in Italy)

She and other outgoers talk about their experiences abroad in our blog Greifswald goes International [de] and in our Podcast [de].